Georgetown University’s Newspaper of Record since 1920

The Hoya

Georgetown University’s Newspaper of Record since 1920

The Hoya

Georgetown University’s Newspaper of Record since 1920

The Hoya

La Bonne Vache Est Tres Bonne

La Bonne Vache Est Tres Bonne

By Jordan Guzzi, Hoya Staff Writer February 8, 2024

The Georgetown restaurant frontier is like a phoenix: when one restaurant, such as the beloved deli Booeymonger, meets its eventual end, a new restaurant will rise from its ashes and unfurl its wings...


Georgetown’s Language Landscape Promotes Multiculturalism

By Sarah Cammarota March 22, 2018

Since Georgetown University’s founding in 1789, the school has encouraged students and faculty members to broaden their worldviews and dedicate themselves to others, regardless of cultural and linguistic...



By Alexandra Brunjes July 16, 2017

Today marks the 75th anniversary of the Vél D’Hiv, the heartbreaking mass roundup and arrest of Jewish citizens in France as part of the Holocaust. On Nazi orders carried out by French soldiers, French...

Restaurant Review: Boulangerie Christophe

By Jiwon Noh April 27, 2017

1422 Wisconsin Ave. Washington DC 20007| Cuisine: French | $$ |★★★★☆ Founded by a father and son from Saint-Tropez, France, Boulangerie Christophe is a charming French bakery and restaurant...

Le Chat Noir

By Dani Guerrero September 30, 2016

A neighborhood gem, Friendship Height’s Le Chat Noir owes its name to Paris’ first avant-garde cabaret. Located on Wisconsin Avenue in the northern edge of Tenleytown, this Left Bank-inspired bistro...

French restaurant Convivial takes pride in offering common treats, like potato chips, alongside exotic ingredients to create a foreign dish with a sense of familiarity.

Convivial Fosters an Adventurous Palette

By Viviana De Santis January 29, 2016

★★★★★ Hopping around the piles of snow that still invaded the city’s streets Sunday night, many adventurous food connoisseurs crowded the dining room of Convivial, acclaimed chef Cedric...

1960s Film Explores Greek Politics

By Tim Markatos October 31, 2014

‘Any resemblance to real events and persons living or dead is not coincidental; it’s INTENTIONAL.” The ’60s was a monumental decade for film, but perhaps no other film from that era is quite...

Students can practice their foreign language skills with language partners in other countries via Skype through the Teletandem program.

Skype Links Language Partners

By Toby Hung October 24, 2014

The Teletandem program, which matches Georgetown students with language partners in other countries via Skype, expanded to include Spanish, Arabic, French, Japanese, Russian and Turkish this semester...


French Restaurant La Chaumiere serves high quality, delicious cuisine that comes at a steep price but is well worth the expense..

Quality French Cuisine is Well Worth the Expense

By Sarah Hour October 24, 2014

★★★★★ $$$$ Last weekend was Parents’ Weekend, which really only meant one thing: Hoyas were out and about dining on their parents’ dime. Instead of grabbing a hot chick at Wisey’s,...


Mintwood is a modern hipster bistro that serves impressive food at every meal. The Belgian waffles are powdered with sugar and served with fresh fruit toppings, making for a refreshing, sugary brunch.

At Upscale Joint, Taste Comes at Too High a Price

By Jessica Tannenbaum September 19, 2014

Mintwood Place is the Starbucks of Washington, D.C. fine dining: worthwhile yet overpriced, casual while still sophisticated, exuding overcooked hominess with a hint of wannabe-hipster flavor. Adams...

Acclaimed Belgian Film Defies the Cliches

By Tim Markatos September 5, 2014

Unless you come from the same stock of cinema-obsessed enthusiasm that I do, you’ve never seen a movie like “Rosetta.” The 1999 winner of the Palme d’Or — the most prestigious award in the...


A Taste of the Gift from Brittany

By Yiwen Hu June 25, 2014

Brittany, located in the northwest region of France, has witnessed the birth of a medley of exquisite French cuisines, including the renowned Brittany cookies, and my personal favorite: crepes. Many...

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